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Join us as we explore the history surrounding Soho and Nolita. Soho was once an industrial center in...

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Walking Tour of Soho and Nolita
August 12, 2010

Now a luxury condominium slated to open shortly, this Chelsea landmark was once a 1980s institution that...

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30 West 23rd Street
August 17, 2010

In the summer of 1982, Negril, a club that was an anomaly at the time of cavernous dance venues for being...

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Negril
August 17, 2010

Now a seemingly generic retail space, the huge venue located in four contiguous buildings at numbers...

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19-23 St. Mark's Place
August 17, 2010

The Henry Miller Theater is named for the lesser known man of the same name, an actor who lived until...

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Henry Miller Theater
August 19, 2010

This fountain and sculpture combination, located in the Conservatory Garden's South Garden, was commissioned...

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Burnett Fountain
September 7, 2010

These gates were originally made to guard the Vanderbilt family's mansion on Fifth Ave. They now stand...

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Vanderbilt Gate
September 7, 2010

This sculpture was dedicated in 1894 to commemorate Albert Bertel Thorvaldsen, a Danish artist. It is...

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Albert Bertel Thorvaldsen Sculpture
September 7, 2010

John Purroy Mitchel was known as the "Boy Mayor" of New York City. At the age of 34, he was and is the...

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John Purroy Mitchel Memorial
September 7, 2010

Also called the "Whisper Bench," the 20-foot granite memorial curls inward at each side. Whisper into...

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Charles B. Stover Bench
September 9, 2010

This is one of two life-size sculptures from Shakespeare's plays at the entrance to the Delacorte Theatre.

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Romeo and Juliet Statue
September 9, 2010

Commissioned in 1500 BC by an Egyptian pharaoh, the obelisk was moved New York 1881. It was offered by...

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Obelisk
September 9, 2010

The Bitter End holds the prestigious claim to New York's longest running rock club, a beacon of the West...

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The Bitter End
September 9, 2010

Now an office for Verizon, the massive structure was once a garage, and most famously, from 1977 to 1987...

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84 King Street
September 14, 2010